Los Angeles

Opened in 1994, our Los Angeles office provides professional development and resources to more than 6,338 area educators; reaching 439,900 students in 1,115 public, religious, and independent schools throughout Southern California.

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In Southern California, there are an increasing number of schools that recognize the impact Facing History can make when the program is implemented in an in-depth way, either by using it in multiple grades or in yearlong courses.

A Back-to-School Message for Southern California Schools

 

News and Announcements

August 14, 2017

Resources to help educators manage the difficult conversations around the bigotry and hatred demonstrated by white supremacists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, VA.

Events in Southern California

Professional Development

2018

July

  • 17
    Democracy at Risk: Holocaust and Human Behavior
    Blended Seminar
    California-Southern
    $500.00

    Learn More About Blended Seminars

    Find details on how to register or pay for Facing History professional development, payment options, help with costs, refunds, and the Facing History Educator Network.

    Democracy at Risk: Holocaust and Human Behavior

    Studying the Holocaust using Facing History’s approach allows students to wrestle with profound moral questions while fostering their skills in ethical reasoning, critical thinking, empathy, and civic engagement—all of which are critical for sustaining democracy. This seminar is intended for middle and high school teachers.

    About Blended Seminars:
    Especially for educators who have demanding schedules! A week before the face-to-face event, participants begin their seminar work online in an interactive course. They then meet in person for three days. 

    Online Modules:
    7.10.18 - 7.16.18

    7.17.18 - 7.19.18
    8:00 am - 3:30 pm
    Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
    350 S. Bixel St
    Los Angeles, CA 90017

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Videos

Get to know our work through stories told by teachers, students, scholars, and partnering organizations.

Dr. John E. Deasy at the 2013 Los Angeles Benefit Dinner

Dr. John E. Deasy emphasizes the importance of Facing History’s work in Los Angeles

Leila M. at the 2013 Los Angeles Benefit Dinner

Student Leila M. tells her family’s story of coming to the United States from Iran

Angello Portillo at the 2013 Los Angeles Benefit Dinner

Angello Portillo tells about being a bully in middle school and reflects on Facing History

Pages

Facing History, Los Angeles Advisory Board

Carrie Richman, Chair

Charlene Achki-Repko
Colette Bablon Ament
Jordan Bahat
Mitra Best
Joanne G. Blum
Aaron Cohen
Pamela Rubin Cohen, Ed.M.
Melissa de la Cruz
William D. Feldman
Susan Friedman
Jane S. Herzog
Andrea Iloulian
Andrew T. Kugler
Eunice Lee
Rita Lurie
Jake Neuberg
Andrew S. Pauly
Dr. Terrence Roberts
MyKhanh Shelton
Florence Sloan
Jesse Stern
Dave Stohl
Margaret Stohl
Karen Sulzberger
Adam Weiss
Janice White
Mandy Adams Wolf

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350 S. Bixel Street, Suite 160
Los Angeles, CA 90017
United States

213-202-2811

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